Fallout 76 is free to play all week, and you can even try the Fallout 1st subscription service

By Sherif Saed, Wednesday, 21 October 2020 11:16 GMT

Everyone is invited this week to see if Fallout 76 is good now.

Bethesda has revealed a number of free trials and discounts for Fallout 76. From October 20 to 26, the game will be available entirely free on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

What’s more, the often ridiculed Fallout 1st subscription service, is also available for non-members to preview. Fallout 1st costs $99 per year, and includes various perks such as private servers, unlimited storage, free in-game currency and more.

The Fallout 76 client can be downloaded from Steam, Bethesda’s own launcher, as well as the PlayStation and Microsoft Stores. For the Fallout 1st preview, you’ll need to claim it from the in-game Atomic Shop. Keep in mind that only some of Fallout 1st’s features will be available for the trial.

Outside of the freebies, you can expect three in-game events, also running over the same period for double SCORE, double XP, and 25% off Legendary weapon and armour prices from the Purveyor. If you decide to pick up paid currency Atoms, you’ll find various packs of it on discount.

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